COLUMBUS, OH, October 10, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Last month, the state of Ohio passed legislation to allow its notaries to perform both electronic notarizations and remote web can based notarizations. This act shows yet another state's commitment to the advancement of going paperless securely.
's E-Notary solution is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) that enables commissioned notaries to electronically or remotely notarize documents from their web browser or through DocVerify's powerful API's (in states that allow e-notarizations or remote web cam notarizations).
As the first cloud-based and most trusted electronic notary and remote notary platform, DocVerify
has been utilized by thousands of notaries since 2008. It is the only e-notary provider approved in all states that allow use of e-notary or remote notary. As a leading electronic notary and remote notary platform provider, DocVerify meets and in most cases exceeds states' legal requirements and fits the needs of states, notaries, companies, and consumers.
DocVerify also enables businesses and organizations to add their existing notaries into the DocVerify system, where the organization can then have their notaries notarize documents for them specifically. The system allows the organization to manage their notaries and access documents they have notarized. Since Ohio allows both types of notarizations, notaries will be able to perform both in-person and remote notarizations for their companies.
DocVerify is also a premiere electronic signature platform which enables users to have documents signed quickly and securely, with little effort. Most DocVerify editions include access to both the electronic signature and electronic notary platforms, enabling a notary to run their business documents through the platform.
The DocVerify E-notary platform is unique for notaries in two ways. It provides all the tools required by the state and also allows notaries to tap into a revenue stream they otherwise never would have had access to. Unlike other providers, when a notary notarizes a document through DocVerify, they keep the majority of money they collect, paying only a small transaction fee. Many providers will only give a small fraction of revenue back to the notary for all their efforts.
To learn more about E-Notary, visit http://www.docverify.com